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Introducing the Bolton Wanderers Metal Prints Collection, a must-have for any dedicated soccer fan. These high-quality metal prints showcase iconic moments and players from the storied history of Bolton Wanderers Football Club. Each print is meticulously crafted with vibrant colors and sharp details, ensuring a stunning display that is sure to be the centerpiece of your home or office. The sleek, modern design of the metal prints adds a contemporary touch to any space, making them a perfect gift for any Bolton Wanderers supporter. Relive the thrills and excitement of your favorite team with these beautifully crafted metal prints from Media Storehouse.

Bolton Wanderers Football Club is an English professional football club based in Bolton, Greater Manchester

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Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Portsmouth - 1948 / 49 League Champions

Portsmouth - 1948 / 49 League Champions
Football - First Division 1948 / 1949 - Bolton Wanderers 1 Portsmouth 2 (23/04/1949) This was the game gave Portsmouth their first League title, as Man United and Newcastle both drew

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Reebok Stadium Art - Bolton Wanderers

Reebok Stadium Art - Bolton Wanderers
Watercolour of the Reebok Stadium, home of Bolton Wanderers F.C. 1997 - current day. Capacity 28, 723. Original painting size 20" x 16" created in 1999 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Nat Lofthouse and the Bolton Wanderers team with the FA Cup 1958

Nat Lofthouse and the Bolton Wanderers team with the FA Cup 1958
Nat Lofthouse and the Bolton Wanderers team with the FA Cup after they had beaten Manchester United 2-0 in the final at Wembley

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Ian Wright's Historic Goal: Arsenal's All-Time Top Scorer Celebrates Against Bolton Wanderers

Ian Wright's Historic Goal: Arsenal's All-Time Top Scorer Celebrates Against Bolton Wanderers
The FA Premiership, 13/9/97. Credit: Arsenal Football Club

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Macron Stadium Fine Art - Bolton Wanderers Football Club

Macron Stadium Fine Art - Bolton Wanderers Football Club
Macron Stadium Fine Art, home of Bolton Wanderers Football Club. At the Game painted in fine detail by the talented artist James Muddiman captures the atmosphere of Match day perfectly

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Chelsea fans in the Shed End in 1976

Chelsea fans in the Shed End in 1976
Football - 1976 / 1977 Second Division - Chelsea 2 Bolton Wanderers 1 Chelsea fans in the the Shed End at Stamford Bridge

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Burnden Park, Bolton EAW612756

Burnden Park, Bolton EAW612756
BURNDEN PARK, Bolton. Aerial view of the former home of Bolton Wanderers Football Club. The Trotters moved to the Reebok Stadium in 1997. Photographed in 1992

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: FA Cup Winners 1894: Notts County

FA Cup Winners 1894: Notts County
Football - Notts County team group - FA Cup Winners 1894 Back row : L to R: Charles Bramley, Theophilus (Fay) Harper, David Calderhead, George Toone, Jack Hendry, Alfred Shelton, J. Goode

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Millwall - 1969 / 70

Millwall - 1969 / 70
Football - 1969 / 1970 Second Division - Bolton Wanderers 4 Millwall 1 The Millwall team group before the game at Burnden Park on 9/8/69

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Manchester United - 1953 / 54

Manchester United - 1953 / 54
Football - 1953 / 1954 First Division - Bolton Wanderers 0 Manchester United 0 The Manchester United team group before the game at Burnden Park on 12/9/53

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Charlton Athletic - 1952 / 53

Charlton Athletic - 1952 / 53
Football - 1952 / 1953 First Division - Bolton Wanderers 1 Charlton Athletic 2 The Charlton Athletic team group before the game at Burnden Park on 1/1/53

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Manchester United - 1958 FA Cup Final Team

Manchester United - 1958 FA Cup Final Team
Football - 1957 / 1958 season - Manchester United Team Group The FA Cup Final team that lost 2-0 to Bolton Wanderers at Wembley

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Turf Moor Stadium Going to the Match - Burnley FC

Turf Moor Stadium Going to the Match - Burnley FC
Turf Moor is an association football stadium in Burnley, Lancashire, England, which has been the home of Burnley Football Club since 1883

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Thierry Henry (Arsenal) Nicky Hunt and Joey O Brien (Bolton)

Thierry Henry (Arsenal) Nicky Hunt and Joey O Brien (Bolton)
Arsenal 1:1 Bolton Wanderers. FA Premiership, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, London, 11/2/06. Credit: Arsenal Football Club / David Price

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Bolton Wanderers v Stoke City FA Cup semi final

Bolton Wanderers v Stoke City FA Cup semi final
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: White Horse Final

White Horse Final
Mounted policemen control the crowds overflowing onto the pitch before the FA Cup Final between West Ham United and Bolton Wanderers at Wembley Stadium

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Paul Caddis's Dramatic Goal: Birmingham City's Championship Survival Against Bolton Wanderers

Paul Caddis's Dramatic Goal: Birmingham City's Championship Survival Against Bolton Wanderers
Birmingham Citys Paul Caddis celebrates scoring the goal that kept his team in the Championship

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Ipswich Town - 1961 / 62

Ipswich Town - 1961 / 62
Football - 1961 / 1962 First Division - Bolton Wanderers 0 Ipswich Town 0 Ipswich Town team group before the game at Burnden Park on 19/8/61. Back (left to right): Larry Carberry, J

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Sky Bet Championship - Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City - Reebok Stadium

Sky Bet Championship - Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City - Reebok Stadium
Paul Caddis scores the goal that keeps his team in the Championship

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Aston Villa - 1954 / 55

Aston Villa - 1954 / 55
Football - 1954 / 1955 First Division - Bolton Wanderers 3 Aston Villa 3 Aston Villa Team Group before the game at Burnden Park. Back (left to right): Johnny Dixon, Danny Blanchflower, M. Pinner, S

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Wolves vs Bolton Wanderers

Wolves vs Bolton Wanderers
Molineux Stadium, Wolves vs Bolton Wanderers

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: FA Cup semi-final at Highbury in 1929. EPW025838

FA Cup semi-final at Highbury in 1929. EPW025838
HIGHBURY STADIUM, London. Aerial view of the 1929 FA Cup Semi-Final at the home of Arsenal Football Club. Portsmouth beat Aston Villa 1-0 to reach the final at Wembley where they went on to lose 2-0

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: FA Cup semi-final at Highbury in 1929. EPW025836

FA Cup semi-final at Highbury in 1929. EPW025836
HIGHBURY STADIUM, London. Aerial view of the 1929 FA Cup Semi-Final at the home of Arsenal Football Club. Portsmouth beat Aston Villa 1-0 to reach the final at Wembley where they went on to lose 2-0

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Reebok Stadium, Bolton AFL03_aerofilms_673602

Reebok Stadium, Bolton AFL03_aerofilms_673602
REEBOK STADIUM, Bolton. Aerial view of the home of Bolton Wanderers FC since 1997. Photographed in 1998. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Bolton Wanderers FC football team 1935

Bolton Wanderers FC football team 1935. Back row: Goslin, Atkinson, Smith, Jones, Finney (Captain), Taylor. Front row: Taylor, Eastham, Milsom, Westwood, Cook. 1935

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Macron Stadium 33165_040

Macron Stadium 33165_040
MACRON STADIUM, Horwich, Bolton. Aerial view 2017. Home of Bolton Wanderers Football Club

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Wembley Stadium Art - England

Wembley Stadium Art - England
Watercolour of Wembley Stadium, former home of the Football Association(FA) and England national football team, 1923 - 2000

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Bolton Wanderers Fc

Bolton Wanderers Fc
BOLTON WANDERERS FC. One of the Founder members of the Football League, a truly great and revered club

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: 1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0

1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0
Football - 1957 / 1958 FA Cup - Final: Bolton Wanderers 2 Manchester United 0 The United team, with Bobby Charlton at the rear, walk onto the Wembley pitch

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: 1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0

1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0
Football - 1957 / 1958 FA Cup - Final: Bolton Wanderers 2 Manchester United 0 The two teams, Bolton, left, and United, right, at Wembley. Caretaker manager Jimmy Murphy leads out the United team

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Arsenal - 1960 / 61

Arsenal - 1960 / 61
Football - 1960 / 1961 First Division - Bolton Wanderers 1 Arsenal 1 The Arsenal team group at before the game at Burnden Park 1/4/61 Back (left to right): Daniel Clapton, Edward Magill

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Charltons Keith Peacock and Mike Rose - footballs first ever substitutes

Charltons Keith Peacock and Mike Rose - footballs first ever substitutes
Football - 1965 / 1966 Second Division - Bolton Wanderers 4 Charlton Athletic 2 The Charlton Athletic team group before the game at Burnden Park on 21/8/65

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Southampton Team Group 1964 / 65

Southampton Team Group 1964 / 65
Football - Southampton F.C. Team Group 1964 / 1965 - Division Two, Bolton Wanderers vs. Southampton, 2/9/1964 Back (left to right): C. Huxford, K. Wimshurst, John Hollowbread, Tony Knapp, D

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Thierry Henry's Unforgettable Performance: Arsenal's Triumph over Bolton Wanderers

Thierry Henry's Unforgettable Performance: Arsenal's Triumph over Bolton Wanderers, FA Premiership 2005
Reebok Stadium, Bolton, 5/12/05. Credit: Arsena Football Club / Stuart MacFarlane

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Roaring Pride and Passion: Stoke City Football Club at Britannia Stadium

Roaring Pride and Passion: Stoke City Football Club at Britannia Stadium
Stoke City Football Club

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: PNE Fans Make Some Noise Against Bolton Wanderers

PNE Fans Make Some Noise Against Bolton Wanderers
PNE fans in the Alan Kelly Town End on their feel and making noise as PNE take on Bolton Wanderers as Deepdale. PNE v Bolton Wanderers, Saturday 1st September 218

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Championship Triumph: Odemwingie, Reid, and Tomlin's Euphoric Reaction after Goal vs

Championship Triumph: Odemwingie, Reid, and Tomlin's Euphoric Reaction after Goal vs
Peter Odemwingie of Bristol City celebrates with Bobby Reid and Lee Tomlin of Bristol City - Mandatory byline: Joe Meredith/JMP - 19/03/2016 - FOOTBALL - Ashton Gate - Bristol

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Robin van Persie celebrates scoring his and Arsenals 2nd goal, his 100th goal for Arsenal

Robin van Persie celebrates scoring his and Arsenals 2nd goal, his 100th goal for Arsenal. Arsenal 3:0 Bolton Wanderers. Barclays Premier League. Emirates Stadium, 24/9/11

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: FA Barclays Premiership - Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City - The Reebok Stadium

FA Barclays Premiership - Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City - The Reebok Stadium
Birmingham Citys Nicky Butt applauds the fans after the match

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Tomas Rosicky and Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal). Arsenal 4: 2 Bolton Wanderers

Tomas Rosicky and Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal). Arsenal 4: 2 Bolton Wanderers
Tomas Rosicky and Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal). Arsenal 4:2 Bolton Wanderers. Barclays Premier League. Emirates Stadium, 20/1/10. Credit: Arsenal Football Club / David Price

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Yakubu's Debut Goal: Everton's Thrilling Start at Bolton Wanderers, Premier League 07-08

Yakubu's Debut Goal: Everton's Thrilling Start at Bolton Wanderers, Premier League 07-08
Football - Bolton Wanderers v Everton FA Barclays Premier League - The Reebok Stadium - 07/08 - 1/9/07 Evertons Yakubu celebrates scoring his sides first goal on his debut Mandatory Credit

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: The Arsenal players prepare for kick off

The Arsenal players prepare for kick off. Arsenal 2:1 Bolton Wanderers, FA Premiership, Emirates Stadium, London, 14/4/2007. Credit: Stuart MacFarlane / Arsenal Football Club

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Thierry Henry (Arsenal) Ivan Campo and Abdoulaye Faye (Bolton)

Thierry Henry (Arsenal) Ivan Campo and Abdoulaye Faye (Bolton). Arsenal 1:1 Bolton Wanderers. FA Cup 4th Round. Emirates Stadium, London, 28/1/07. Credit: Arsenal Football Club / Stuart MacFarlane

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Football - Everton v Bolton Wanderers FA Barclays Premiership - Goodison Park - 06 / 07 - 18 / 11

Football - Everton v Bolton Wanderers FA Barclays Premiership - Goodison Park - 06 / 07 - 18 / 11 / 06 Eve
Everton v Bolton Evertons Andrew Johnson and Mikel Arteta celebrate

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Thierry Henry (Arsenal). Bolton Wanderers 2: 0 Arsenal. FA Premiership

Thierry Henry (Arsenal). Bolton Wanderers 2: 0 Arsenal. FA Premiership
Reebok Stadium, Bolton, 5/12/05. Credit: Arsena Football Club / Stuart MacFarlane

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Fran Merida celebrates scoring the 2nd Arsenal goal. Bolton Wanderers 0: 2 Arsenal

Fran Merida celebrates scoring the 2nd Arsenal goal. Bolton Wanderers 0: 2 Arsenal
Fran Merida celebrates scoring the 2nd Arsenal goal. Bolton Wanderers 0:2 Arsenal. Barclays Premier League, The Reebok Stadium, Bolton, 17/1/2010. Credit: Stuart MacFarlane / Arsenal Football Club

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Football - Bolton Wanderers v Everton Barclays Premier

Football - Bolton Wanderers v Everton Barclays Premier League - The Reebok Stadium - 29/10/08 Evertons Marouane Fellaini (front) celebrates scoring their first goal with Tim Cahill Mandatory Credit

Background imageBolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection: Football - Everton v Bolton Wanderers Barclays Premier League - Goodison Park - 26 / 12 / 07 Tim

Football - Everton v Bolton Wanderers Barclays Premier League - Goodison Park - 26 / 12 / 07 Tim Cahill (L)
Football - Everton v Bolton Wanderers Barclays Premier League - Goodison Park - 26/12/07 Tim Cahill (L) celebrates scoring the second goal for Everton with team mate Joleon Lescott Mandatory Credit



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Bolton Wanderers Metal Print Collection

Bolton Wanderers Football Club is an English professional football club based in Bolton, Greater Manchester. Founded in 1874, they were a founder member of the Football League in 1888 and have spent the majority of their history in the top two divisions of English football. They currently compete in League One, the third tier of English football. They have won four FA Cups and three League Cups, as well as being runners-up twice in the FA Cup and once each in both the League Cup and UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. The club has also played at Wembley Stadium for six FA Cup semi-finals, winning five times and can one of only five clubs to have won all four professional divisions of English football; they are also one of only two clubs to have spent a continuous period of over 100 years outside England's top division since its formation.
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